Height safety systems
Cost-effective, compliant height safety systems to protect your workers
Building owners and managers are obliged to provide a safe access to all areas of their building that require ongoing maintenance.
But do you need a roof ladder? An access point, platform or a walkway? Or is a static line sufficient? It’s critical to ensure that the height safety systems you install meet your obligations under Workplace Health and Safety.
Check out some of our height safety inspection work
Height Dynamics refurbished Intebuild’s plant areas as part of complete roof replacement project.
By installing a raised walkway, platforms and hand rails, staff and contractors now have safe access to all mechanical services, and the risk of slips, trips and falls has been eliminated.
Leisuretex contracted Height Dynamics to develop and install safe, permanent access to the building facade.
The new Sayfa Industrial Rope Access anchor system allows abseiling technicians to perform maintenance. Visual impact is minimal and there was little disruption to occupants during installation. Cost efficiencies are better because there’s now no need for temporary maintenance scaffolding.
Central Plaza One,
Jones Lang LeSalle contracted Height Dynamics to audit and upgrade all mechanical services access for the 44-level Central Plaza One tower in Brisbane’s financial district.
The refurb applied the highest level of safety control — there are now ladders, platforms, clearly delineated no-step areas and textured-surface walkway systems and hand rails on all plant levels to eliminate the risk of slips, trips and falls.
Fully compliant safety systems
We work with engineers, architects and industry professionals to scope, design and install height access systems that are compliant with all relevant codes, standards and regulations.
Plus every installation is tested and tagged with a comprehensive written report supplied upon completion. If required the systems are inspected and certified by a RPEQ Structural Engineer.